Where to apply for a Schengen visa?

Notice to Visa applicants who want to submit their visa application

For receiving visa applications, the Embassy serves every working day a limited number of customers, according to the staff resources available at the Embassy. 

The applicants desiring to submit their visa application are being served as per the “first come – first serve” principle 

Once the maximum number of applicants the Embassy is able to serve in a day has entered the office, no more applicants will be allowed to enter the Consular Section, for submitting their visa applications, even though the closing time of the counter might not have been reached yet.

The Embassy apologises for any inconvenience and look forward to your cooperation.

Kathmandu, 5th April, 2018

My place of residence My visa application should be submitted to
Nepal  Embassy of Switzerland in Kathmandu 

The Embassy of Switzerland in Nepal applies a system of token for applicants of a Schengen Visa.  A limited number of tokens will be handed out to visa applicants,  who wish to deposit their visa application, on a ” first-come-first-serve” basis, from Monday to Friday, at 09.30, according to resources available at the Embassy.

Representation agreement

If a State does not have its proper visa section in a country or region, the delivery of a Schengen visa can be delegated to another Schengen State member with an agreement between both countries concerned.

The agreement allows the appointed representation to represent and handle Schengen visa applications within its own competence without consulting the other represented State.

Country / Region Schengen State represented by Switzerland
Nepal  Poland 
Nepal   Slovakia  
Nepal  Latvia